Is Your Pet’s Food Doing More Harm Than Good?
By Stephen K. Chmaitelli, DVM If you feed your pet a grain-free or “boutique” diet—such as home-cooked meals or food with unusual ingredients and proteins from a small manufacturer—you may… Read more
Warm Weather Means More Fleas and Ticks!
Walking your dog may be the bright spot of your day, especially if you’re working from home, but remember—spending time outdoors means an increased exposure to nasty parasites like fleas… Read more
FLEAS AND TICKS DON’T SHELTER IN PLACE!
Walking your dog may be the bright spot of your day, especially when so many of us are sheltering in place. But remember, whether it’s to get away from your… Read more
Save On Your Pet’s Dental Care All Year Long
How to Save On Your Pet’s Dental Care …and save their teeth, too! February is National Pet Dental Health Month—which gives us a reason to remind you that 85% of… Read more
What You Should Really Look for in Pet Food
Today choosing a food for your pet can be almost as difficult as deciding what you want to eat for dinner. Between the endless shelves in the pet store, commercials… Read more
Pet Cancer Awareness
So you’re snuggled up to your furry best friend after a long day and suddenly you feel it: a lump that wasn’t there before. It’s understandable to be concerned, because one in four dogs and… Read more
Pet Insurance Options
We have insurance for ourselves, our cars and our homes, but what about for our beloved pets? They are an important part of your family and a member of your… Read more
How Old is Your Pet Really?
Waiting one year between wellness exams and screenings isn’t usually a big deal for humans. We age relatively slowly, so it often takes a while for disease processes and ailments… Read more
Check That Chip!
One of the worst feelings to experience as a pet owner is realizing your pet has gone missing. Considering only 17% of lost dogs and 2% of lost cats make… Read more
1 in 3 Cats Will Develop Kidney Disease
The fact is there is a strong possibility that eventually, your cat will need treatment or management of kidney disease. It’s the #1 cause of death in cats over 10… Read more
Garden Oaks Veterinary Clinic is conveniently located for many Houston, TX residents. We hope you’ll give our veterinary hospital the opportunity to shower your pets with the love and care they deserve!